CACI International Inc (NYSE:CACI) today announced the next step in its growth strategy to pursue opportunities in its $72 billion Federal Civilian and $8 billion Business Systems markets by forming business groups dedicated to these markets, effective January 1, 2013. The new groups will build on the expansion of CACI’s broad Federal Civilian, specialized Healthcare and Investigative and Litigation Support, and Business Systems work that has come about through organic growth as well as business and capabilities gained through acquisitions. These acquisitions include CACI’s November 2012 purchase of healthcare IT provider Emergint Technologies, Inc.; the July 2012 purchase of financial management and business services provider Delta Solutions and Technologies, Inc.; and the October 2011 purchase of Oracle e-Business services provider Advanced Programs Group, LLC. The new Federal Civilian Solutions business group will be headed by 14-year CACI veteran Rick Dansey, who will focus on leading the company’s Federal Civilian, Healthcare, and Investigative and Litigation Support market strategies and capturing business across this broad client base. Mr. Dansey brings a strong track record as Senior Vice President that includes managing large-scale enterprise resource planning and business systems implementations. His contributions have been central to the growth of CACI’s Federal Civilian capabilities, and he played a key role in CACI’s acquisition of Emergint and Advanced Programs Group. The new Business Systems Solutions business group will be headed by Valerie Lyons, who joined CACI as Senior Vice President in 2011 and who will focus on delivering Business Systems Solutions across CACI’s entire client base. Ms. Lyons has led the implementation of multiple business systems engagements that have grown CACI’s presence in this market and brought considerable productivity gains to its government clients. She has also been an essential contributor to CACI’s mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activities in its Business Systems market, most recently taking a lead role in the Delta acquisition.